IoT Security Foundation Virtual Conference 2020


We’d like to extend a final thank you to all our amazing speakers, the event sponsors, partners and the IoT Security Foundation membership for making our first virtual international conference such a great success.

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John Moor, Managing Director of the IoT Security Foundation

We’re all in this together
Stephen Pattison, Chairman of IoT Security Foundation and VP Public Affairs,

IoT Security Reference Architecture
Prof Lam Kwok Yan, Professor of Computer Science, National Technological University (NTU)

IoT security, and it’s disturbing status
Pieter Meulenhoff, Advisor, Eurofins Cyber Security Netherlands (Qbit Cyber Security)

The Consumer IOT Attack Surface
Nick Allott, CEO, NquiringMinds

ManySecured Collaborative Intelligent IoT Gateway
Peter Shearman
, Head of Innovation, Cisco

Secure by Design, still a USP in a competitive environment
Ivan Reedman, Hardware Security Capability Practice Lead, NCC Group

Security Best Practice – Why & How?
Jeff Day, Chair of the IoTSF Best Practice Working Group, Security Lead, BT

Practical physical attacks against embedded systems
Rohini Narasipur, Product security engineer and incident handler, Bosch PSIRT

Secure by Design: What is it and why do IoT use cases need it?
Rob Dobson
, VP Technology Partners, Device Authority

Side Channel Attacks; an imminent threat
Vincent Lyles, CEO, Pugged Code Limited

Securing the Industrial IoT
Simon Butcher, Principal Embedded Security Engineer, Arm

Protecting IoT data and providing trusted connectivity via eSIM
Zofia Domanska, Product Manager, G+D

Software Provenance – Where Do We Draw the Line?
Matt Wyckhouse, Founder & CEO, Finite State

PKI Certificates: a ticking time-bomb in your IoT system?
Matthew Dickie, CTO, Group-BMC

Secure Onboarding for IoT Devices: the FIDO approach
Dr. Giridhar Mandyam, Chair of the FIDO Alliance IoT Technical Working Group, Chief Security Architect – IoT and Automotive, Qualcomm

When one size solution doesn’t fit all
Katerina Megas, Program Manager, NIST Cybersecurity for IoT Program, NIST